Do you need help with your adult dog?
- Embarrassed to be seen with your dog in public
- Stressed that the next incident might see your beloved dog in trouble
- Need help dealing with all the common behaviour issues
Let me help you have that stress free harmonious relationship and happy life you crave.
Is your cute little puppy becoming a boisterous teenager?
- Do you feel that your puppy has gone backwards in their training?
- Does your pup listen to you at home but not while out and about?
- Teenage pups (5 – 18 months) can become hormonal, stubborn and more difficult to train
- We can help you deal with emerging behaviour issues before they become long term problems
Are you struggling to raise your boisterous pup and dreaming of how you could possibly raise a happy, loving, stable pup?
Puppy Zen – Virtual Puppy School
Real time with Mark Vette
In these extraordinary times we still have to care for our wee puppies and ensure they get the best start we can possibly give them. Given the limited ability to socialise your pup and with puppy schools closed down, I’m launching a virtual puppy school to support ou and your pup.
There is a critical time in a puppy’s life, called the Formative Period, where training is essential as they can learn skills and social behaviours quickly and easily. Miss it, and you could have a lifetime of problem behaviours. Make the most of it, and you will have a happy lifelong bond with your pup.
We can’t change the timing of when we must lay these critical foundations down so we have to do the best we can now.
Come join Mark as he raises two border collie puppies. Watch in real time what Mark does and when to raise a happy, bonded, stable pup. You’ll receive members only exclusive video content, facebook live sessions and plenty of opportunities to ask your questions.
Teenage Puppy Zen – Virtual School for Teenage Pups
- A tendency to become more stubborn and outwardly focused
- Emerging behaviour issues such as dominance, fear, separation distress, hyperactivity or poor recall
- A perfectly behaved pup at home who stops obeying commands while out and about
- A pup that seems to go backwards in their training
- A need for more exercise and stimulation
- Over-the-top reactions to certain things
These are all symptoms of emerging issues that are best resolved now. Understanding these and being shown how to build on your puppy training prevents these behaviour issues from becoming established.
This online school will guide you through the confusing teenage period, with training techniques designed to help you avoid building a lifetime of bad habits, and ensure you come through this period with a beautifully well-behaved dog who is deeply bonded to you.
This school also gives you access to all the puppy-training videos from our Puppy Zen Virtual Puppy School, so that you can make sure you’ve got all the foundational training and basics in place too! Teenage Puppy Zen is designed to take what your puppy learnt in the formative period (3-16 weeks) and consolidate and grow those learnings. You’ve done kindergarten and primary school, now we are heading to high school.
Dog Zen Virtual Dog School
Everything you need to know to transform your adult dog
In these extraordinary times our dogs need that extra bit of support. They know our world isn’t as it normally is and will be reacting to our levels of anxiety and stress and in our change in behaviours. Now is a critical time to invest in your dog, creating that harmonious loving bond you are seeking. There is nothing like the joy we receive from a well behaved dog and a deep bond.
This interactive adult dog school will provide you with everything you need to support your dog in this time and to transform your relationship. With live weekly videos experiences, questions and answer opportunities and a guided journey through 30 plus video online training program, you will have everything you need to know to transform your dog. You will learn about how to effectively establish your relationship with your dog, the critical nature of ‘learning state’, and receive arm you with and all the tools and techniques you need to correct common behaviour problems.
About Mark Vette
BSc, MSc (Hons)
Internationally renowned Animal Behaviourist, Educator, Author and TV personality
Mark Vette is one of the world‛s leading animal behaviourists, having studied, treated and trained dogs for more than 40 years. Armed with abundant knowledge, extensive clinical experience and a strong academic background Mark empowers and inspires others to transform their relationship with their dog to create happy, loving relationships.
He is the star of TV’s Purina Pound Pups to Dog Stars and Sky UK TV’s Dogs Might Fly and led the viral phenomena Driving Dogs.
Effective, fun and simple!
My unique methodology looks to the ancestral roots of the wolf and pariah dog to understand the behaviours you are battling with, and how to make real change. It’s effective, simple, doable, and fun!
Have access to all my experience in the comfort of your own home, in your own time. With step-by-step instructions you can enjoy a well behaved, loving dog who looks to you for direction every time.
Everything starts with the bond
Learn how the bond between humans and dogs has co-evolved over 30,000 years. Use this knowledge to strengthen the bond you have with your dog, to make sure it is the best it can be and reap the results!
Proven, trusted methodology
Built over 40 years from my clinical and hands on experience. Learn directly from me, the same methodology I have taught at universities and teach dog owners in my sought after Clinic.
Hear from our happy customers directly
Sian - Dog owner, Auckland
“Fantastic course. Thank you team fro your time, energy and enthausiasm. So sensible and so much common sense. Wish we could run hundreds of these so every dog owner attends the basics! I will be recommending Mobility Dogs attend.”
Lilithe, student, University of Waikato, studying a Bachelor of Science majoring in Animal Behaviour, Auckland
“Very inspiring. So glad you guys get this way of thinking about and treating dogs this way out, thank you guys!”